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Market rate surveys and alternative methods of data collection and analysis to inform subsidy payment rates [Executive summary]

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States and Territories now face new considerations when collecting data to inform the process of setting provider payment rates. This brief provides information on key issues and criteria for choosing whether to conduct a market rate survey, use an alternative methodology such as a cost model, or both. (author abstract)
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